on 07/01/2015 | 11:11
It’s no secret that Rihanna is a lover of luxury. Now the Barbadian beauty apparently wants to reward herself for her work on her new album “R8” with a gift that shouldn’t be too small. Rihanna is said to be interested in a luxury property on her home island of Barbados.
Rihanna is currently working full speed on her new album “R8” after two years and is mainly in the recording studio. The singer has been making millions off her hit songs for years, and she’s very happy to spend them. According to press reports, she regularly flies her nail designer to the recording studio, has her own fake tanning officer by her side and an eyelash expert who is available 24 hours a day. Rihanna also likes to dig deeper into her pockets for apartments and houses, and now she apparently has a new property in mind.
According to “Contactmusic”, Rihanna is currently negotiating a luxury villa in Barbados. The luxury hostel should cost just under € 8.4 million and leave nothing to be desired. The property reportedly includes four bedrooms, a wine cellar, gym, pool bar, and library. This is not the first time Rihanna has flirted with an expensive property, as the singer bought a villa in Barbados for her family in 2013. At a price of $ 22 million, the object that Rihanna is now supposed to be targeting It almost seems like a real bargain. Rihanna is a native and familiar person
Rihanna’s family should also be happy with a possible new investment, after all, the singer will rarely have time to travel to her home country of Barbados during the production of her new album. If you can at least be that close to her, why not? By the way, the purchase should not be safe yet, reveals the alleged source to “Contactmusic”. With her work on “R8,” Rihanna certainly doesn’t have time to think about this topic, at least for the moment.
We know that Rihanna is connected to her homeland. And why not invest in luxury real estate when you have the money? We keep our fingers crossed for Rihanna for the deal!
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